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Deconstructive spiritual inquiry : experiential undoing in Advaita and Zen

@inproceedings{Davis2004DeconstructiveSI,
  title={Deconstructive spiritual inquiry : experiential undoing in Advaita and Zen},
  author={Leesa S. Davis},
  year={2004}
}
A study of the meditative techniques of Advaita and Zen. The thesis develops a methodology that allow's practioner's experience to be mapped against the philosophical underpinnings of tradition. The results show that despite opposing philosophies, in both traditions the psychological dynamics of "experiential undoing" are similar. 
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